Trees breathe life into the capital’s “concrete jungle”
A temporary fix to a big problem
Finally there is a media focus on the environment
Time to do some litter picking
Dao Van Viet is on a solo mission to clean up Vietnam’s beaches. Now he needs your help
David Mann gives us a crash course in buying an electric bike (excuse the pun). Popular in Hanoi and spreading further afield, are they the answer to a country increasingly struggling with exhaust fumes? Photos by Andy Crompton
Clean Up the World Campaign — a global conservation campaign running in Vietnam since 1994 supported by the Australian Government and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade — was held on Saturday, Sep. 21 in Binh Chanh District.
Self proclaimed “greener designer” Andrew Nguyen Miller visits Zest Café this Tuesday, Jun 25 for a presentation on sustainability, product design and cultural goodness. Organizers Green Drinks invites architects, investors, marketers, or anyone with a soft spot for the environment to indulge in an evening of drinks and networking opportunities with like-minded naturalists.
The ‘Green’ movers and shakers of Saigon are meeting on Tuesday Jan. 22 for their Green Networking Night at Zest Bistro and Café.
A Vietnamese environmental studies student believes that animal species going extinct is part of the theory behind Darwin’s ‘survival of the fittest’, while an Australian wildlife conservationist disagrees. He blames extinction on manmade greed. Follow their heated debate